The Making of a Taoiseach; The inside story of the men, the issues and the intrigue which made Charlie Haughey Taoiseach
Not An Inch; The Pope’s plea for reconciliation between the religious traditions in Ireland could best have been directed at Catholic bishops, who have stifled ecumenism here for fifteen years. (Pat Brennan)
Is the Cruiser Springing a Leak? (Vincent Browne)
The Making of a Taoiseach; How a cabal of backbench rural TDs toppled the Fianna Fail party establishment and installed as Taoiseach a man whose political career seemed dead twice in the last decade. (Vincent Browne)
Hard Times Ahead; More uncertainty about oil, a threat to agriculture, and social justice only through re-distribution (Joe Durkan)
While the termination of Mary Holland's contract as Dublin correspondent of The Observer after 11 years covering Irish affairs for the paper has inevitably attracted most attention in the media there are signs that The Observer's journalists are now limbering up for a major confrontation with the Cruiser on his increasingly imperial interpretation of his role as Editor in Chief.
Pope John Paul: Not an Inch The Pope's plea for reconciliation between the religious traditions in Ireland could best have been directed at Catholic bishops, who have stifled ecumenism here for fifteen years.
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